Save Bernheim Now!

An older white woman wearing a yellow and black "Save Bernheim Now" t-shirt in a rosie the riveter pose with her arm.

Bernheim attorneys state that “The procedural regulations and many laws in Kentucky (and many other states) are written to greatly favor extractive industries and highway projects over the rights of…

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Loretto Teacher Immersion Returns

A group of teachers sitting on a farm hayride on a sunny day.

The Loretto Teacher Immersion at the Loretto Motherhouse took place March 29 – April 1 after a three-year hiatus. In attendance were teachers from Loretto Academy, Nerinx Hall High School and St. Mary’s Academy. They were excited for an…

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Keepin’ It Rural

Published by Kentucky Monthly on March 30, 2023 The Bluegrass region is one of Kentucky’s quintessential landscapes. Scenic pastoral views are dotted with bourbon rickhouses. Mile after mile of black…

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